Season 4 opens with Dean Fogg (Rick Worthy) having wiped the memories of several series leads, including Quentin, Penny (Arjun Gupta), Margo (Summer Bishil), Kady (Jade Tailor), and Josh (Trevor Einhorn), which gives them new identities and no knowledge of magic. Alice (Olivia Taylor Dudley) still has her memories, but she’s imprisoned by the Head Librarian (Mageina Tovah) for breaking her deal with the Library. With the help of Dean Fogg, the Library has harnessed magic and is now portioning out its use – an arrangement that no one else is happy about. Meanwhile, Eliot (Hale Appleman) picked up a dark passenger in the season 3 finale: He’s now possessed by a childlike, sociopathic ancient being whose idea of play involves murder as sport.We got a fix on TV and streaming’s favorite magical millennials during our visit. Here’s what they and McNamara had to say about the characters and season 4.Olivia Taylor Dudley as Alice“At the beginning of the season we pick up where we left off: Alice is in the Library Jail for the first few episodes, and she is locked away, and is miserable. It s not a good place to be and Alice is the only one of the main cast who doesn t have a glamour, and she doesn t know that they do. So, she s in there with zero information; last she knows she may have killed all of her friends — she s not sure!“So, she s kind of losing her mind in this little jail cell … The only other person I got to work with was my cellmate across the way who we don t even get to see — we re just talking through air vents in the ceiling.“It was some of my favorite scenes, actually as an actor the exercise of working alone in a cell and having a ton of dialogue with someone on a different wall was really fun … The first few episodes is Alice just trying to escape and trying to figure out if her friends are alive. Then the rest of the season — I ve been calling this season Alice’s redemption tour; she s going on a journey to gain her friends love and trust back, and it s not necessarily easy for most of them — especially Quentin, who takes the longest and — everyone has their feelings about what she did at the end of last year.“Alice still stands by it — or at least I do, maybe Alice doesn t, but Olivia does! Because in her mind she s just a very practical, smart woman, and she concluded at the end of the last season that magic is hurting and killing everyone she loves, so let s get rid of it! But what happens is one person can t make the decision for everybody; as we know, it doesn t work out well. So, she tried to save everybody and it backfired, so this year she s kind of sitting back, and I m trying to take her back to a little bit more of season 1 Alice — quietly thinking, plotting, and planning instead of just acting, because even she knows she s smart and has the power now. So, this year was really fun for me in making her a little bit softer than she s been the last two seasons. Niffin Alice really rubbed off on her, a lot, so now she s trying to get rid of that edge and just be with her friends, and she falls in love with magic again this year which was one of my favorite things about this season.”Jason Ralph as Quentin“That sort of ‘Avengers assemble’ vibe is very true, I think, to this group. It took a while to figure out what everyone s strengths were, and what everyone s purpose was in the group, and those lanes have now been defined, and so the way we make decisions is quicker. We don t have to sit down and figure everything out. It s like when a problem arises, we know that Quentin is going to be the idiot, and Penny is going to travel us, and Margo is going to beat the shit out of someone.“I think Quentin s always considered himself sort of a leader. I notice that there s that internal conflict, where he feels not good enough, and maybe not. I think he wants to be the person meant to be the leader, and is at odds with the fact that sometimes that s not true, or when the opportunity to be the leader presents itself, that he s maybe not up for it. That, I think, has been his conflict through all of this. I don t know that that goes away. I think he would definitely want to be, and sometimes he was, and sometimes he s not. Like all of us, right? That s what s so lovely about the characters and about the world: no one is one thing, and we do fail all the time, and we want to be things that we re not, and the grass is always greener.”Stella Maeve as Julia“She grapples with [her loss of powers] in season 4 … The way the writers described it to me was like a weird purgatory. So I think she s kind of just trying to figure that out throughout the season: What am I doing? What is this meaning? Is this a message, and what is my purpose?“This is the most fun I have in a long time. It s awesome. I got to hang out with Hale which is really cool … I ve never had really any dialogue with Margo, and this is the first season I ve had any dialogue with Eliot — it s not really Eliot, it s monster Eliot, so it s kind of wild.”Arjun Gupta as Penny“I was unique in the situation where my character, my glamour character was completely different from Penny. He s DJ Hansel. He s the dude that went to India for two weeks and came back enlightened. And like wants to share and wants everybody to know how enlightened he is. Like always wears clothes from Thailand even though he went there once. Like that kind of person who s very ungrounded. Very like loose and free. Very free in his body which is different from Penny. So actually it was really fun. It was incredibly exciting.“I have to shout out Tarun Keram who was also with me. Because it s not just myself playing Hansel, Tarun was there playing him as well, because there are definitely shots of the scene where it s not me at all. It s like a different person. So basically the point of view of what like anyone outside of us in the world of The Magicians would see, wouldn t look like me, Penny, at all. It was a different human. So that was really cool and it was fun to work with him and he was amazing. It s an awkward situation for him because it s my character but also I wanted him, he wants to put in his own input. And he was really lovely and we just had a blast doing it, yeah.”Jade Tailor as Kady“I loved this season, for so many reasons. From a character standpoint, Kady had a huge t 不过手游为什么会在明星圈子里那么火呢？想来想去，还是上手难度低以及便携性优越吧。毕竟打端游是需要电脑的，并且有一些端游特别考验电脑配置，普通的笔记本电脑根本玩不动。可如果是玩手游就不一样了，只要自己的手机足够贵，那么打游戏就绝对不会卡。
On Sunday night, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) handed out the 2019 Golden Globes and, as is often the case with the Golden Globes, they delivered some surprises. Rami Malek, Bohemian Rhapsody, Glenn Close, and Green Book didn t walk into the Beverly Hilton on Sunday night favored to win, but each walked out with a Globe statuette. Check out our recap of the best moments from the ceremony here.Owing to its position on the calendar and ability to host a star-studded awards ceremony, the Globes are often looked at as a measuring stick for awards season. But with such a small voting body it’s unwise to put too much faith in the Globes results as a predictor of Oscar winners or nominations. No slight on the HFPA, but a group of 90 international film journalist cannot be expected to predict the voting habits of 7,258 industry professionals. Since the Academy expanded the Best Picture category to include up to 10 nominees in 2009, only 59% of Golden Globe Best Picture nominees have earned Oscar nominations.Looked at more closely, it can seem that the Golden Globes are more a reaction point than any sort of clear indicator. A snub by the HFPA can spark indignation that helps, or damages, a film or performer s Oscar chances. Last year Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri won the GG for Best Drama and the backlash that was already brewing to that film finally bubbled over, likely turning some Oscar voters toward Guillermo Del Toro’s The Shape of Water, which later won Best Picture at the Academy Awards. The same could be said for La La Land vs. Moonlight in 2016; Moonlight won the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture Drama, but was shut out in all the other categories – snubs that only added supporters to its bandwagon come Oscar time.With all this in mind, what do Sunday night’s wins and losses mean for this year’s awards landscape?A Star Dims, But Only Somewhat(Photo by @ Warner Bros. )A Star Is Born has fizzled but not completely faded; save the win for Best Song, the film was shut out of many awards, notably Best Actress Drama for Lady Gaga. It s not out of what is still a very wide-open Best Picture race, but it needs some wins. Look to this weekend’s Critics Choice awards for added momentum, but if Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper fall short again then the movie s chances of big Oscar wins will be er, shallower.Best Supporting Actor Is Still Undecided (Photo by © Fox Searchlight)Can You Ever Forgive Me? s Richard E. Grant lost to Green Book s Mahershala Ali for Best Supporting Actor, but we think that has a lot to do with Ali s having been shut out of a GG nomination for Moonlight a few years ago (and going on to win the Oscar). With a healthy number of wins from the critics guilds, Grant is still very much in contention. Same can be said for First Reformed s Ethan Hawke (for a Best Actor nomination), Eight Grade s Bo Burham (writing and directing), and Roma s Yalitza Aparicio (Best Actress), none of whom were nominated for the Globes but each of whom have enough momentum with critics groups to keep them top of mind with Academy voters.King Continues Her Reign(Photo by @ NBC)Regina King’s winning streak continues – after a slight bump with that bizarre SAG snub. King s work in If Beale Street Could Talk is the most honored performance of 2018 – with nearly 40 nominations and 20 wins – and her Oscar win is looking more and more assured. With momentum and buzz being just as important as the performance, King’s rousing acceptance speech was a final word to silence any naysayers (we pity the conductor who tried to play her off).
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(Photo by TWC. Thumbnail: Everett Collection.)100 Best Movies on HBO Max (October 2021)HBO comes out swinging in the increasingly crowded streaming arena, with HBO Max offering the masses arguably the deepest, most far-reaching library of titles among platform competitors. That s why we ve combed through the entire archive and pulled out movies with the highest Tomatometer scores, creating the 100 Best Movies on HBO Max to Watch Right Now!Our selection process for this list was simple: Certified Fresh movies only, meaning each entry s Tomatometer score was at least 75% after hitting a review count threshold. For contemporary mainstream movies, that minimum is 80 reviews, while it takes 40 reviews for limited releases and older films for consideration. With that, take the plunge into the 100 Best Movies on HBO Max!Update: Jurassic Park, City of God, The Conversation, Dave, Dog Day Afternoon, Election, Midnight Run, Reversal of Fortune, When We Were Kings, Who s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? added. #100
Brian Formo for Rotten Tomatoes: Something that s constant through your work is family expectations and the suffocating weight of that. So I m wondering, with Ad Astra, did you start with a father-son story in space, or did you want to make a movie in space and have these big set pieces, but then it became more natural to tether it to a father-son relationship?An excellent question. I wish I could tell you that I came up with the story first, but it s not how it happened. I was thinking very seriously about a childhood memory that I had. I grew up in New York, and you couldn t see the stars. The sky had this kind of dull orange at night, because the city was so lit up. I remember there was a blackout that hit the city this was 1977, in the summer of 1977 and I remember, as all the lights went out, you could see the stars for the first time.All of a sudden I had this weird memory back to that feeling it was, like, 2011 and I thought, Wouldn t it be great to make a movie about what is out there? I talked about it a lot with my friend and co-writer, Ethan (Gross), and I asked, What it means to be out there, and are there aliens, or are we alone? Well, there are a lot of movies about aliens, and good aliens and bad aliens. (Steven) Spielberg s done incredible work about that, but his movies, they play like fables. E.T. is like a fable; Close Encounters, like a fable. Beautiful, beautiful films. (Stanley) Kubrick made a beautiful film, of course (in 2001). The alien is a black slab of granite, whatever it appears to look like. Is that a good alien? A bad alien? What does that mean? You can project anything you want on it. So he beats the trap of false gods, you know?(Photo by 20th Century Fox)But we thought, Well, what does it mean if you find that there s really nothing out there? And if there s nothing out there, that poses its own set of existential questions. So it started from that, really, and that was the chain of events. Then I tried to start getting the story as personal as I could, and we wanted to steal from as pretentious as this sounds we wanted to steal from The Odyssey, and tell the story, really, from Telemachus point of view. His father, Odysseus, goes away for 20 years; he doesn t know what happened to him. What that would mean, and that sense of abandonment that Telemachus must have Now, of course, Homer’s story ends very differently. But that s where that came from, a kind of mythic idea. Then, of course, you start to personalize it, you start to include things in your own life, and before you know it, you ve got this tiny little story about a father and a son against the huge canvas, where you re going out there, it s the vast infinite. That s really how it formed.So, the opening in the film, and I m not a take-a-notepad-to-the-film person, mostly because High Fidelity scarred me for life Oh when his girlfriend clicks her pen throughout the movie to take notes?Yes! Ha, what a nice aside.So I m not sure if I got the two words correct, but the movie opens with something like, in the near future, there s hope and fear about humanity’s future. In presenting the future, what is something that you discovered in your research that gives you hope about the future, and what is something that terrifies you?It’s an easy question to answer. Easy. Hope: the mapping of the human genome, hospital cures for diseases, the specialized treatment of things like different kinds of cancer, that s fantastic. And fear, I think, is obvious. The fear is climate change and the end of civilization, the civilized world.If you look at Mars By the way, the NASA people I ve worked with on this film, who are great, their hair s on fire. The f ing world is ending and, I mean, I understand that it s a slow burn, but it s not that slow. In fact, the permafrost is going worse up there than we think, you know? Greenland, large sheets are melting faster than we think, or we thought now we know. Already parts of New York are uninsurable.And lots of Los Angeles, for fires.Yeah. I m extremely concerned. So, I think progress is a beautiful thing. I think that we ll be able to do things that we couldn t imagine in terms of human longevity. Maybe we ll figure out what it means in the future, to maybe find an answer to not just longevity, but market economics, where five people don t control all the wealth on the planet. That s a problem.If we could solve that, that would be great, but I have hope that we do, because the world moves in cycles, strange cycles. I feel like we re itching for a new path forward on how to handle some of our problems. But climate change, that s a tough one. That s a tough one. There are things like taking CO² and making it into oxygen. Apparently, technologically, there are ways to do it, but it s ridiculously expensive. But we re going to have to do it. I don t see any other way around it. I hope I m completely wrong.Ryan Fujitani[Note: Mild spoilers below]We can get morose for the whole interview, but this movie has a lot of very fun, thrilling sequences.I hope so.Like the moon pirates, the underground lake, or even just the opening, falling from space, et cetera. The mayday call for help and where that goes…All of that was supposed to be thematically relevant, more than narratively relevant. The idea that, basically, unexpected horror is around every turn when you re that far away from Earth. So we felt that it had thematic unity, if not narrative unity. Anything earthbound, it s not meant to live out there. It s not meant to be there. That s not our friend, it s different to us. We felt that the mayday response was an important sequence. Do people want to know about that beforehand?I loved the surprise, so I think, where we re at for filmgoers is people just want to know that there s blood, there s a confrontation, there s excitement.Well, there is blood. There is blood.There are deaths and surprises.We tried to do that. We wanted to deliver that stuff. The fall from the tower, the lunar-rover sequence, the [mayday] thing, the underground lake, certainly; he climbs up a rocket, he has a zero G fight, he flies through the rings of a planet. I mean, we wanted to deliver some red meat. We absolutely did. By the way, there is no shame in that. Shakespeare was broad and subtle; that s good stuff. So, we tried, and we tried to do it in our own way, of course, make it weird, unique, strange; in the lunar rover you can only hear what s inside his helmet. It s very weird for a chase sequence.Yeah, you have meat and potatoes, but you also have some asparagus.Exactly. That s what we re trying to do.Ad Astra is in theaters September 20.Thumbnail image: (c) Warner Bros.
FX s day at the Television Critics Association winter press tour was loaded with news of premiere dates and renewals; although not every anticipated show is coming as soon as its fans would like (or as FX had promised). FX Networks and FX Productions chairman shared the following details on hits like Atlanta and American Horror Story — as well as new shows like Devs — with entertainment journalists on Thursday morning.Plus, news of a h 2019年3月起，杭州网易公司发现《大圣轮回》游戏中的游戏角色、宠物、技能等24个美术设计，与己方拥有完整著作权的《梦幻西游》《大话西游》手游中24个美术作品极为近似、甚至是完全相同，严重侵犯杭州网易公司就上述美术作品享有的复制权、改编权、信息网络传播权、修改权。遂将其著作权人四九游公司、以及其五位运营商上诉至法院。